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Science  (...)

Students explore the use of computers in astronomy and astrophysics.


Summer 2003Summer 2001Summer 2000

Introduces middle schoolers to the investigation of a wide variety of medical and bioscientific problems through the application of computational science techniques.


Summer 2009Summer 20082007Summer 2006Summer 2005Summer 2004Summer 2001Summer 2000Summer 1999Summer 1997

Introduces high school students to the investigation of chemical structure and behavior through the application of computational chemistry techniques.


Summer 2009Summer 1999Summer 1998Summer 1997

Introduces middle school students to the investigation of interesting environmental problems through the use of computer modeling and simulation techniques.


Summer 2008Summer 2005Summer 2004Summer 2003Summer 2001Summer 2000

Emphasizes the methods of observing, gathering and analyzing physical evidence to solve mysteries and the use of computational science to gain useful information in forensic analysis.


Summer 2013Summer 2012Summer 2011Summer 2010Summer 2009Summer 2008Summer 2005 ASummer 2005 BSummer 2004Summer 2001Summer 2000Spring 1999

Exploring physics concepts with hands-on experimentation, students gain greater insight with the support of computational models.


Summer 2002

Technology  (...)

Provides students in Grades 4 or 5 with a hands-on introduction to the basics of using databases and spreadsheets.


Fall 1999

Students will learn both how to use existing programs to create two-dimensional visualizations, and how to create programs that will draw two-dimensional graphics.


Summer 2011Summer 2010Summer 2009Summer 2008

Introduces students to the high technology environment in which most scientists now work and the specialized critical thinking and communication skills they must have to be successful there.


Summer 2005Summer 2004Summer 2003Summer 20022002 A2002 B2001Summer 20002000Summer 19991999Summer 1998Winter 19981998 A1998 BSummer 1997 ASummer 1997 BSummer 1997 C1997

Students will learn how to code, design, and simulate an iPhone app.


Summer 2013Summer 2012Summer 2010

This intensive 15-hour session introduces the concept of parallelism in the realm of computer programming. Topics discussed will include examining the different kinds of parallel computers, threaded programming for shared-memory programming (multi/many-core), and message passing for distributed programming.


Summer 2010

Students will learn a wide variety of computer programming concepts such as conditional statements, data structures, procedures and functions.


Summer 2013 ASummer 2013 BSummer 2012 ASummer 2012 BSummer 2011 ASummer 2011 BSummer 2010 ASummer 2010 BSummer 2009

Introduces high school students to the investigation of scientific computing through logical reasoning and discovery using hands on investigations.


2002Summer 2001Summer 2000

Participants will learn to write HTML and CSS code to create and build fully functioning websites from their designs.


Summer 2013Summer 2012 ASummer 2012 BSummer 2011 ASummer 2011 BSummer 2010 ASummer 2010 BSummer 2009

Engineering  (...)

Introduces rising 6th- through 8th-graders to the basic elements of a computer-aided engineering design process through exploration and development of small scale systems.


2007

Introduces rising 6th- through 8th-graders to the basic elements of a computer-aided engineering design process through exploration and development of small scale systems.


Summer 2013Summer 2012Summer 2011 ASummer 2011 BSummer 2010Summer 2009Summer 2008Summer 2005 ASummer 2005 BSummer 2004Summer 2003Summer 2002 ASummer 2002 BSummer 2001

Math  (...)

Students explore the relationship of mathematics to music, art and nature through the use of various computer models.


Summer 2008Summer 200520032002

This class builds bridges between math concepts and the use of those concepts in problem solving situations.


Summer 2013Summer 2012Summer 2011Summer 2010Summer 2009Summer 2008Summer 2005Fall 200520052004Spring 200320032002 A2002 BSummer 20012001Summer 20002000 A2000 BSummer 1999Spring 1998Summer 1998Fall 19981998 A1998 B

Interdisciplinary  (...)

Duke TIP, the Talent Identification Program sponsored by Duke University.


Summer 1999Summer 1997

Participants use several modeling tools to investigate authentic scientific problems.


Summer 2013Summer 2012Summer 2011Summer 2010Summer 2009Summer 2008Summer 2007Summer 2006Summer 20052004 A2004 B2003 A2003 B2002 A2002 B2002 C2001 A2001 BSummer 20002000Summer 1999Summer 1998

On several Saturdays during the spring and fall we will look at a variety of areas in different sciences and mathematics, combining hands-on activities with computer and network explorations.


Summer 2008Fall 2008Spring 2006Spring 2005Fall 2005Spring 2004Fall 2004Fall 2003Fall 2002Spring 2001Spring 1999Fall 1998

The program provides a two-week, academically-intensive education and research program to a competitively-selected group of students. Students use advanced computational science technologies, techniques, and tools to study a wide variety of scientific events.


Summer 2013Summer 2012Summer 2011Summer 2010Summer 2009Summer 20082007Summer 2006Winter 2006Summer 2005200420032002 A2002 B

This two-week workshop for Hearing Impaired students focuses on the design, development, and use of computational tools as an observation and testing tool for scientific problems.


1997

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